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I have set up a domain name with network solutions and am trying to host it on my Red Hat 7.2 Box at home. I have set up apache successfully and just set up a caching DNS server. However, when I try to enter my nameservers into network solution's site they never change my server. I emailed them about this but they never responded. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I would suggest calling them maybe ?? How is anyone here suppose to help you change something we have no control over.
Not being rude, there just isn't anything anyone here can do for you, only Network Solutions can help you with that.